While the rest of Africa is struggling with innovation and entrepreneurship development, Kenya is leading the way in technology development on the continent.
Young entrepreneurs in Kenya, encouraged by their government, believe that when agriculture is paired with high-tech solutions on mobile phones, there is significant benefits.
Today, many young Kenyans are seeing the benefits of staying in the villages to farm.
The Kenya government is marked improvement in this area by motivating private sector development rather than creating hundreds of jobs for political affiliates and cronies.
With innovation and support, the private sector can create jobs and relieve poverty that government would otherwise be unable to alleviate. The video below highlights how young Kenyans are using technology and agriculture to be self employed and economically independent.
Meet Mercy Kendi above, a Kenyan law graduate who left law to pursue greenhouse farming.
Green house farming in Kenya